Badrinath is a famous pilgrim located in Chamoli district of Uttarakhand state, Which is one of the main four dhams of India and Uttarakhand. Badrinath name means, Badri meaning 'Berries' and Nath meaning 'Lord'. This is a popular holy pilgrim place of Hindu and Jain. The Badrinath Temple is known as Badri Narayan, which is considered an ideal place between the four dhams. Badrinath is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. The statue of Lord Vishnu is in a garbhagrha, Ahead of which is the pavilion for pilgrims from where the pilgrims receive the darshan of Lord Vishnu. The idol of Lord Vishnu or Badri Narayan is made of a black rock (Saligram stone). The mountain range of Nar and Narayan is located in Badrinath. The holy Alaknanda river flows beneath Badrinath.
Taptkund is just below the temple, which is a natural hot water source. Devotees before going to the holy temple of Badrinath takes a dip in this holy kund. Brahma Kapal is situated on the banks of Alaknanda, It is believed that, here by donating Pind, Ancestors get liberation from the vicious circle of life and death. Mana village is about 3 km from Badrinath, which is the last village on the Indian border and ahead of this, the Tibetan border begins. There are many other places around Badrinath, Like Bhima Pul, Charan Paduka, Ganesha Cave, Mata Murthy Temple, Narad Kund, Punch Dhara & Punch Shila, Saraswati River, Satopanth Lake, Sheshnetre, Surya Kund, Vasundhara Falls, Swargarohini it is believed that, from here, there is a way to go to heaven, from where Yudhishthar, the eldest brother of Pandavas, went to heaven, and Vyas Cave, where Ved Vyas ji wrote a famous Mahagrantha called Mahabharat by Ganesh ji etc, Pilgrims can visit places such as.